Hue to Hoi An with My Son Sanctuary

    Hue to Hoi An with My Son Sanctuary
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  • Destination: Hoi An, Hue

From the Imperial City of Hue to the beautiful Ancient Town of Hoi An. It will take few hours but you will surely enjoy seeing the beauty of Central Vietnam. So seat back, relax and let our experienced driver handle it from here.

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4 Seats
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US $85
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US $110

Inclusion: Private Car with driver can speak basic English,Petrol,Road tolls,Parking fee.
Exclusion: Meals, Guide, Entrance fee, Personal fee (tips, shopping, stay hotel, do not mention in trip).

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8:00 AM The driver will pick you up at your hotel in Hue and depart to Hoi An.

9:45 AM Visit Lang Co Beach and Oyster Farming VillageLang Co is a beautiful place between two bodies of water, Lang Co beach and Lap An Lagoon. You can stop at Lang Co beach where you can relax and go for a swim and/or you can also try Oyster Farming while you are in this area.

11:00 AM Stop at Hai Van Pass which serves as the border between two provinces, Da Nang and Hue. Since it is still part of Bach Ma Mountain you can see ruins of French villas in the pass. But that’s not the main attraction here, it’s the panoramic view of Lang Co Beach and the city of Da Nang and its beautiful beaches.

11:45 AM The driver can bring you to a restaurant that serves local Vietnamese food or you can choose a restaurant you want to try out.

13:00 PM Visit Museum of Champa, we will learn more about Cham Pa’s culture and history through its art works. Sculptures still remain in this museum, though most important relics were moved to the bigger cities for safe keeping, you will still be able to appreciate the beauty of the Cham’s skills in sculpting.

14:30 PM Explore My Son Sanctuary, get amazed by the architectural structures of this Holy Land. It was severely damaged during the war but some tower-temple still remains. One of UNESCO’s world cultural heritages because of its historical, cultural, architectural and artistic importance.

16:00 -16:30 PM Drop off at your hotel in Da Nang/Hoi An.

Hue to Hoi An with My Son Sanctuary was last modified: February 27th, 2018 by Xe Xe

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Debarshi Basu

Which route is more comfortable in terms of uphill/downhill, Hoi An to Hue or reverse?

Hueprivatecars Team

It’s same 🙂 And depends on your plan, you arrive in Vietnam from Ha Noi (northern) or Ho Chi Minh City (Southern)

Debarshi Basu

Ok, we would be arriving at HCMC and then travel northward. We would like to have one-way private trip from Hoi An to Hue including Marble mountains at Da Nang. Do you provide? If yes, please drop me an email with the itinerary and price.

Hueprivatecars Team

Sure, We will send email to you soon.

Thanks a lot, and have a great day!

Hueprivatecars Team

Sang S

Today we had the wonderfully nice and knowledgeable Loc, drive us from Hoi An via My Son to Hue.

He was extremely approachable and very kind. His driving was was excellent to say the least. He gave us photo ops along the way and also made sure we weren’t rushed at each point.

Also the booking process of this was smooth along the whole way, very professional and I highly recommend this to anyone doing similar trips.

I have already booked my return ride!

Thank you for looking after us today!!

Jessica Urbany

My wife and I had a great drive from Hue to Hoi An. We stopped at many sites, viewpoints, and they even customized our trip to include My Son Sanctuary.

Our driver, Loc, was very helpful and full of information at each stop.

The car was very comfortable with wifi.

I would highly recommend to anyone looking for a site seeing trip in central Vietnam.